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Wholesale Re-buildable Tanks Q & A
What is the difference between an RTA and RDA?
RTA stands for rebuildable tank atomiser. E-juice travels from a tank, through channels and chimneys to reach the wick.
An RDA is a rebuildable dripping atomiser that consists of a deck and cap. Instead of a tank, the user has to regularly drip e-juice onto the coils.
Which one is better, RTA or RDA?
Many people find RTAs more convenient as there is no need to constantly refill, which is particularly useful when travelling. In recent years, they have also become cheaper and easier to build. Their tendency to leak has also been reduced, although some may still have problems and it is worth checking out the reputation of any brands under consideration. They do result in a good flavour.
RDAs, on the other hand, have always been considered easy builds, and as the vapour does not need to be funnelled from the tank and through a chimney, they often have more clouds and richer flavour. The biggest inconvenience is not being able to store the e-juice, and needing to carry bottles separately when out and about. Rebuilldable dripping atomisers tend to be aimed at vaping purists though who will happily forgo the convenience of an RTA, or standard out-the-box mod, for the improved flavour that comes from dripping.
How does an RTA tank work?
At its most basic, all the user has to do is line up the cotton and coil, then make sure there's juice in the tank. Gravity and pressure will force the juice from the tank to the wick, then they can draw from the mouthpiece and begin to vape.
Always do your research before committing to any kind of rebuildable atomiser, as this is a fairly advanced vaping kit. The consumer will also need to know exactly how they work, including Ohm's Law (which guides current and resistance in conductors). It is important to check everything is in place and working before they actually start vaping.
How long does an RTA coil last?
It depends on how well the user takes care of the coil, how often they are using it and the kind of vape juice they have chosen. It is possible to clean them, but they're also pretty easy to replace, or even self-build without too much expense.
What is an RDTA?
A newer addition to the market is the rebuilding dripping tank atomiser (RDTA), which combines features from an RDA and RTA by adding an RTA tank to an RDA deck. That means they may offer the best of both worlds.
How do I choose a rebuildable tank?
The choice of rebuildable tank will be dependent on a range of factors. Some are designed to be easy to handle for beginners. Others aim to maximise clouds or flavour. There are tanks particularly suited for mouth to lung vapers. As always, research thoroughly before committing to stock. Plenty of advice is available, so feel free to give us a call and we can advise on what kind of stock you might want to buy in.